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Culture, Stage "Othello": Marin Theatre Company Presents the Best Worst Bad Guy

"Othello": Marin Theatre Company Presents the Best Worst Bad Guy

While he comes closer to pure evil than anyone else in Shakespeare, the villain in Othello is often called within the play itself "honest Iago." Even as he's trapping all the other characters, dooming them to die in his revenge…
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The Hairy Ape

Eugene O'Neill's brief but powerful play about a coal stoker on a trans-Atlantic ocean liner has survived long enough to be credibly produced by the Marin Theatre Company because O'Neill flirted with socialist themes but never made them the core…
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Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

For reasons I doubt anyone can explain, the acting in this show seems to be split down the middle of the stage. As long as the action stays on the right -- in the band room where Ma Rainey's session…
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